The Physics of the Standard Model and Beyond
Great advances in particle physics have been attained in the last several decades. In the development of the new generation of accelerators and detectors, the quantity and quality of the data on various interaction processes have been vastly increased and our knowledge of particle physics became surprisingly fruitful. Moreover, many interesting and new ideas were proposed and developed successfully in quantum field theories for describing strong, electromagnetic and weak interactions. Those new ideas were concentrated into a simple and beautiful theory known as the standard model in the late 1960’s which was formulated in the framework of non-Abelian gauge theory and was extremely successful in describing a wide range of existing phenomena of elementary particles. However, it is also believed that the model is not the ultimate theory; it has many arbitrary parameters which cannot be predicted by the theory and fundamental problems, such as the hierarchy problem, which should be solved in some physics beyond the standard model, “New Physics”. Thus it is a general consensus that to search for the evidences for physics beyond the standard model is the most urgent issue in the particle physics of the 21st century.
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